Symbio(s)cene facilitates a photo art project.

The exhibition People, Nature, Future, which featured the Scandinavian artist duo Riitta Ikonen and Karoline Hjorth was accompanied by two photoshoots organised by Symbio(s)cene as part of their Art-Science Collaboration activities. PD Dr. Tina Heger and Prof. Michael Leuthner became collaborators in the on-going art project Eyes As Big As Plates, which explores our relationship with our surroundings and aims to reinforce the human connection to the natural world. The following two images are now part of the Eyes As Big As Plates collection and will be shown in their next book and future exhibitions.

Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration

Tina (Germany 2021) @ Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration

Michael (Germany 2021) @ Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

The making off…

The following images show the artistic process of the artist duo: from the initial walks and conversations, the collection of natural materials and the construction of wearable sculptures to the photoshoot in the chosen surroundings near the river Isar (Munich, Oberföhring).

Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration
Riitta-Ikonen+Karoline-Hjorth, Symbio(s)cene, Art-Science Collaboration